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To understand why it is potential to save and GW at Mum, let's look at the mechanism of the aging body with a disease.

A most common cause of fever - a viral infection. Most often, even earlier a person of outward symptoms (eg fever or cough), my mom was along a carrier of a virus, which means that the newborn has been exposed to the possibility of infection. When a aging body is faced with the infection, it starts a process of antibody production. These antibodies into the body of the baby through warm natural milk. You will help the newborn not to get sick or to transfer the disease are relatively mild.

However for temperature, it is a kind of natural defenses against infection. Upon the illness of the hypothalamus increases the body temperature so that a body can produce substances it needs to combat a disease.

In turn, the rapid weaning is due to raise the temperature can be quite traumatic for the hygiene of both mother and child. Mom may swell a chest that in itself increases the likelihood of mastitis. A child at the termination GW lose protective antibodies, but will still be affected by viruses. However it is significant not to stop warm-feeding, and continue applying a newborn on require.

If a temperature rose to highs, and you decide to reduce its medical abortion regimen, It is possible to take (but with caution) drug that is compatible with breastfeeding, such as paracetamol or ibuprofen.

Health to you and a baby!

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